The Tatin documentation consists of a collection of HTML files.
This document gives you an overview of these HTML files: their purpose and who should (or may) read them, and which ones you can safely ignore depending on your skills and goal(s).
A must-read for everybody.
Read this if you don't know what Semantic Versioning is; an understanding is essential for using Tatin.
Discuss what measures Tatin takes when dependencies rely on different versions of the same package and related issues.
You need to read this only in case one or more of the following is true for you:
Documents the syntax of all API functions.
Check whether autocomplete in the Dyalog session offers you something after entering
]Tatin - if that's the case Tatin is already available, so no need to install it.
However, you might still want to update Tatin.
Read this before you consume your first package
Read this for discussing the details of package configuration files.
Read this in case you want to publish Tatin packages.
By default, the Tatin client caches any package that is either installed or loaded. This document discusses the implications, and under which circumstances you might want to switch caching off, either globally or just for a specific Registry.
Read this if you want to run your own Tatin server.
The title says it all…
Carries potentially a list of actions that need to be carried out before a new version can be used.
Read this in case you are interested in statistical data regarding downloads of packages
Read this in case you want to contribute to the Tatin project on GitHub
Read this if you want to run a Tatin server behind an Apache server.